Africa On The Square took place in central London’s famed landmark, Trafalgar Square, with Admiral Nelson towering over the festive event from his column. Capital Xtra DJ/presenter and Afrobeat advocate Abrantee Boateng was a compare for the event. Stalls with African and Caribbean products buzzed with inquisitive buyers, and queues for food stalls created a chain reaction towards cuisines from all over the vast continent.
I headed to the Mzansi stall and got my hands on a lovely pair of Africa cutout earrings… Find Mzansi products at UAL ACS Welcome event mini African market on the 7th November. More info here – http://ualacs.org/2014/09/29/beautybeat/
“I am a Londoner, I am English, I am British… However first and foremost; I am African” Kai
Londoners didn’t have to travel very far to get a taste of Africa on the 11th October, when the continent of all humanity came to one of the World’s most famed squares – Trafalgar Square in central London.
Africa On The Square was organised by the Mayor Of London for Black History Month. The event included food stalls, live music, acrobats, talent show and much more.
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